Written Communication in Family Medicine

This work presents the knowledge and skills necessary for successful written communication in family medicine. It is intended for use by teachers of family medicine who, as part of their academic responsibilities, are called upon to produce written documents in a wide variety of areas. The book has also been written to serve as a resource for leaders presenting faculty development activities in various aspects of written communication, including...

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Politicians, Socialism and Historians

The eminent, once controversial author of The Origins of the 2nd World War has become a BBC star, a pop survey purveyor (1979's How Wars Begin) & the very model of a crusty old English historian. The image has been fostered thru book reviews, many for the New Statesman & The Observer, which give opportunity to pass judgment & toss around bits of erudition. These 50 essays from 1952-80 are mostly short book reviews (exceptions range...

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